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In this article the author publishes the results of a summary of statistics obtained from meat inspectors in 608 local communities, showing the incidence of bovine cysticercosis in the ten years concerned. From the tables, it will appear that the cysts were found on an average in 0.85 per cent, of...

Author(s)
Nielsen, F. W.
Citation
Maanedsskrift for Dyrlaeger, 1934, 4, pp 399-408
Abstract

In 1923 an act was passed for combating ox warbles throughout the country. This article records the results obtained up to 1934. In the Danish islands the parasite is practically exterminated: infested herds can still be found in only a few localities. At the outset there were about 5 to 10 per...

Author(s)
Petersen, G.
Citation
Maanedsskrift for Dyrlaeger, 1935, 46, pp 509-515
Abstract

II. A general survey read at a local meeting of veterinary practitioners proposes a scheme for its control and eventual eradication, chiefly worked out according to publications by ABELEIN and KUST [V.B. 7. 825].

Citation
Medlemsblad for den danske Dyrlaegeforening, 1937, 20, pp 151-168 pp.
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III. M. gives a general description of and reports two cases of abortion in cattle due to trichomonad infection. He considers that the disease has existed for a long time in his district (the Isle of Fyen, Denmark). Before the cause of the disease was known he used a watery solution of iodine to...

Author(s)
Madsen, M. L.
Citation
Medlemsblad for den danske Dyrlaegeforening, 1937, pp 29-38 pp.
Abstract

P. reports ten years of progressive reduction in the incidence of ox warbles, based on statistics from inspections of cattle and of hides in infested areas. Cattle inspections were not made in 1939 and 1940, and there was an increase, possibly due in part to climate, reported in 1941, which has...

Author(s)
Petersen, G.
Citation
Maanedsskrift for Dyrlaeger, 1945, 57, pp 1-14
Abstract

As a result of the government measures against Salmonella pullorum infection of fowls whereby the stock supplying eggs to hatcheries was blood tested and brought under veterinary control the incidence of the disease is now low; recently its incidence has increased slightly because of a lessening in ...

Author(s)
Adsersen, V.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1948, 53, pp 27-43; 65-75
Abstract

The incidence of C. bovis in Danish cattle has steadily increased since 1942; in calves the increase has been 17-fold. T. saginata infestation in human beings has also been steadily increasing.
Of 20 healthy calves put out to graze at four weeks of age on land which had been dressed with city...

Author(s)
Jepsen, A.; Roth, H.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1950, 2, pp 967-991
Abstract

Records, covering 1949-50, of the incidence of T. saginata in hospital-treated patients in the Aarhus and Skanderborg counties showed little direct correlation with the incidence of Cysti-cercus bovis in local cattle. Only in 2 out of 224 cases were carriers of T. saginata found on farms from which ...

Author(s)
Götzsche, N. O.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1951, 3, pp 957-983
Abstract

In an area where toxoplasmosis had been demonstrated in fowls, all of 6 human beings, 4 of 22 geese, 2 of 6 horses, none of 15 cattle, and 7 of 8 pigs were positive to the dye-test for toxoplasmosis. Repeated serological examination of the horses revealed a gradual fall in titre over a period of...

Author(s)
Biering-sorensen, U.
Citation
Nordisk Veterinaermedicin, 1957, 9, pp 129-144
Abstract

The report begins with tables showing the incidence of the principal infectious diseases. The following were not reported in Denmark in 1955: equine infectious anaemia, sheep scab, sheep pox, porcine brucellosis, swine fever, fowl cholera, rabies. There were 43 outbreaks of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE,...

Author(s)
Schrøder, K. C.
Publisher
Copenhagen: J. H. Schultz A/S.,
Citation
Arsberetning fra Veterinaer-direktoratet for Aret 1955., 1957, pp 82 pp.

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